Sana Shah

Sana is a research scholar, currently pursuing her research in Liberal theory. Apart from that, she her interest lies in Feminist theory and she has been writing on related areas for a long time now.

Pandemic crisis and the tale of a Masculinist Nation

Ever wondered what would the handing of a pandemic crisis by a masculinist nation that failed to prioritize spending on health look like? Images of burning pyres flooding out of crematoriums, top hospitals running to the full capacity, twitter and Instagram flooded with SOS calls for Oxygen supply, people running from pillar to post just …

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OF RAINBOW AND REMEMBRANCE: THE PRIDE MONTH

The taboo surrounding menstrual hygiene hangs like a dark cloud above India’s head. Sedimentation of generations’ worth of myth, superstition and a general dearth of awareness, specifically in the country’s rural corners, has shrouded the idea of menstruation in societal shame. In an attempt to battle such stereotypes, Enactus SVC took to the streets to …

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The Myth of Beauty

There are persistent factors that not only confluence but also reinforce each other to generate the myth of beauty. One of the major costs of discrimination on the basis of appearance is the exacerbation of economic and racial inequality. Appearance both reflects and reinforces class privilege. Prevailing beauty standards disadvantage individuals who lack the time …

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